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NetEnt Removes Five Games from Its Line-up on September 5
- September 4, 2018 By Riley Wilson -
The Swedish online games developer NetEnt is widely recognized for its extensive portfolio of high-quality video slot games.
But, apart from updating its line-up on a regular basis, the company from time to time purges its offering, for a number of different reasons.
Making More Room for New Games
The renowned developer has announced that five of its titles will be permanently removed from the company’s portfolio on September 5. At this moment, the exact reasons for the removal of these are unknown, although there are those who say it has something to do with expiring licensing agreements.
Whatever the reasons may be, one thing is certain: five well-known video slot games won’t be a part of NetEnt’s portfolio from tomorrow, which means you only have a couple hours left to enjoy playing them.
These five slots are not related in any special way, which means it will be much harder to figure out why they are being removed from the line-up. Still, the players will definitely want to know which games are leaving the portfolio for good.
Time to Say Goodbye
The first one in this group is the Fantasini: Master of Mystery slot, featuring linked reels and 243 different ways to win. The game hit the market in 2015 but has never managed to become as popular as some other NetEnt titles.
Then there’s Glow, a graphically stunning game that draws its inspiration from the Northern Lights. This one was also released in 2015.
Tornado: Farm Escape is a five-reel three-row video slot with 20 paylines and a number of entertaining features and funny animations. It will get dumped tomorrow along with Big Bang, an exciting space-themed slot that features vibrant colours and hefty multipliers.
The last one to leave the developers portfolio in NRVNA: The Next Experience, a dynamic 30-payline slot set underwater. We guess it couldn’t hold its breath anymore.
There are players who will definitely miss these NetEnt games, but there’s no reason to feel sad since their departure will make room for new games in the coming period. So hurry up and use your chance to play these games before they are gone for good.
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